Facebook, Twitter Sued By Father Of Paris Attacks VictimThe father of a young woman killed in the Paris massacre last November is suing Google, Facebook and Twitter, claiming that the companies provided "material support" to extremists in violation of the law.
Man Arrested Is Suspected To Be 'Man In Hat' In Brussels AttacksMohamed Abrini, 31, is believed to be the mysterious "man in the hat" who escaped the double bombing at the Zaventem airport.
Belgian Court Will Allow Extradition Of Paris Attacks Suspect To FranceThe federal prosecutor's office said "the transfer is allowed," and added that French and Belgian authorities will "jointly discuss and decide on the further steps of the transfer."
NYPD Tests Anti-Terror Response; New Video Documents How Fast Paris Attackers RadicalizedThe NYPD on Monday mounted an exercise to test its response to terrorist attacks – just as disturbing video surfaced of the Paris attackers partying in a nightclub just months before the carnage.
Brussels Mourns As Manhunt Continues For Last Suspect In Terror AttacksThe blasts came days after the arrest of the top suspect in last year's Paris attacks, Salah Abdeslam, in Brussels.
Paris Attacks Fugitive Salah Abdeslam Officially Charged In BelgiumBelgian authorities have officially charged Paris suspect Salah Abdeslam and another man who was using two aliases "with participation in terrorist murder'' and in the activities of a terrorist organization.
Paris Attacks Fugitive Salah Abdeslam CapturedAuthorities said Abdeslam was among several attackers who targeted cafes, a rock concert and a stadium in Paris' deadliest attacks in decades, which killed 130 people.
AP-Times Square Alliance Poll: Mass Shootings, Terror Attacks Gave Americans Bleak Outlook On 2015According to the poll, the most important events to Americans in the past year were the shootings in San Bernardino, California, as well as shootings in South Carolina, Oregon and Tennessee.
United Nations Adopts Resolution To Disrupt ISIS FundsThe Islamic State group is already subject to U.N. sanctions under resolutions dealing with al-Qaida.
Expert Tips: Talking To Kids About Tragedies, Terrorism And Other Sensitive TopicsAs images of these events are plastered all over media, many children already have some idea of what is going on.
Holiday Travelers Face Tighter Security In Wake Of Paris AttacksThe Port Authority has stationed more officers at its airports, bus terminals, train stations and Hudson River crossings while the NYPD has extra uniformed police officers and other security measures in place.
Obama: No Known Terror Threat To US Heading Into Thanksgiving WeekendThe president's comments came on one of the busiest U.S. travel days of the year and less than two weeks after the Paris attacks that left 129 people dead.
Concerns After US Issues Travel Warning In Wake Of Terror AttacksThe alert, which is to be in effect until Feb. 24, said current information suggests that militants with the Islamic State, al-Qaeda, Boko Haram and other terrorist groups continue to plan attacks in multiple regions.
Group: Syrian Refugee Family To Be Resettled In PatersonA Syrian family is preparing to be resettled in northern New Jersey a week after Gov. Christie said that NJ wouldn't accept more refugees.
Obama, Hollande Pledge Solidarity Against ISISPresident Barack Obama and French President Francois Hollande opened talks Tuesday about expanding the international campaign against the Islamic State.